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#61    Lava_Lady

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Posted 09 February 2013 - 03:36 AM

View PostRyinrea, on 08 February 2013 - 09:55 AM, said:

Here is a report about  the four innocence people the police have shot in order for them to catch this guy.


Its incidents like these that prove him right.

Prove the rogue cop right about what?

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Posted 09 February 2013 - 04:29 AM

He murdered three people, and he threatened to murder children. He destroyed any goodwill that he might have received when he killed his first victim in cold blood. Yes, Los Angeles law enforcement is rife with corruption and malfeasance. That said, I have zero respect for anybody who lauds this homicidal fruitcake as some kind of hero.

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Posted 09 February 2013 - 04:32 AM

View PostSweetpumper, on 08 February 2013 - 08:11 PM, said:

People are putting up Facebook fan pages for this guy.

I doubt the the victims' loved ones will "like" them. Our society is sick.

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Posted 09 February 2013 - 04:46 AM

the  role  of a police officer  is  to gather  evidance  ,  and  present  it  in a court of  law in  a  unbias'd  way .

currently  ,  officer  safty   makes  it  reasonable  to  violate   every  constitutional  right  in  the  bill  of  rights ,  and  the  needs  of  the  state   require  these  officers  of  the  court  to  engage  in  duty  that  place  them  in  greater  danger  than  the  constitution  requires ,  or should  be  ask'd  of  them .

if the  civilian's  are  armed...   the  police  would  not  need  to  be .

that  said ...  given  the  current  technology  and  what is  known about  this  "cop" ...  he  could  very  easily  never  be  caught ,
and  it  is  very  unlikly  he  will  survive  being  caught ,  because  it  only  takes  one  bad  cop   in  the  croud   to  make  sure  he  does  not  make  it  to  court .

what  is  also very  remote is  that  all  the  people   that  " he  has  killed ",  to  be  people  he  murdered.
it  is  much  more  likly  they  were  killed  to  shut  them  up...  or  to  drive  him  to  ground .

he  did  kill them  as  surely  as  pulling  the  trigger  ,  but  that  he  did  it  ,  or  someone  did  it  for  him  is  unclear .
as  people  help  him  ,  contact  him  or  have  contact with him...   those  with  in LADP who  need  him  dead  will  remove his  support system ...  and  blaim  these  deaths  on  him ...  and  he  will  infact  cause  the  deaths of  any  one  that  helps  him...  even  if  he  does  not  do  it  directly .

frankly  speaking  ,  his  only  real  hope  is some  one  inside the  system  to  expose  the  people  he claims   are  corrupt  . LAPD  really  needs  to  not  wait  for  him  to  be  caught..  but  move  now  on  what  he  said .

they  have a fox to  expose  the  hounds...   they  have  bait  for  a trap ...  they  only  need  to  look  ,  to  find  thosse  who  are  hot  to  track  his  guy  down  and
they  will  uncover  the  corruption .


that  said ,  the  higher  the  corruption  goes...  the more  likly  they  will  not  move  on  any  investigation of  corruption .
to  be  blunt,  this  guy  is  already  dead ,  the  only  question  at  this  point  is  how  meny  people  are  going  to also  die ....   both  the  bad  guys  and  the  good  guys ...

i  suggest  that  a blanket  pardon   be  given  to  anyone   with  in  the  LAPD  if  they  contact  or  are  contacted  by  him   for  the purpose  of   coruption  investigation   ...

and  a  blanket  no  fire unless  fired  upon is  given  in  reguard  to  him...

that  will not  change  the  danger  he  is  in...  but   it  would  solve  a  number  of  problems...
and  if  he  is  going  to  give  his  life...   lets  make  it  count  for  something ...

as  aposed  to  some  nut case  killing  kids  at  a gramar school

Edited by onereaderone, 09 February 2013 - 04:57 AM.


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Posted 09 February 2013 - 04:50 AM

View PostTHE MATRIX, on 08 February 2013 - 08:14 PM, said:

I find it with the utmost hilarity that these Bible Thumping Tea Partiers are up in arms about a black guy with a gun but sure have no problem with a a white guy like Zimmerman murdering a black kid like Trayvon Martin.

Yeah, I'm sure that they're the only ones who are bothered by this. Militant atheist OWS flea-baggers are cool with mass murderers, right? (sarcasm) Congratulations on being the first one to play the tired and worn race card too. Put that pathetic, transparent ploy in a museum next to Jim Crow laws.

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Posted 09 February 2013 - 05:25 AM

View Postonereaderone, on 09 February 2013 - 04:46 AM, said:

the  role  of a police officer  is  to gather  evidance  ,  and  present  it  in a court of  law in  a  unbias'd  way .

currently  ,  officer  safty   makes  it  reasonable  to  violate   every  constitutional  right  in  the  bill  of  rights ,  and  the  needs  of  the  state   require  these  officers  of  the  court  to  engage  in  duty  that  place  them  in  greater  danger  than  the  constitution  requires ,  or should  be  ask'd  of  them .

if the  civilian's  are  armed...   the  police  would  not  need  to  be .

that  said ...  given  the  current  technology  and  what is  known about  this  "cop" ...  he  could  very  easily  never  be  caught ,
and  it  is  very  unlikly  he  will  survive  being  caught ,  because  it  only  takes  one  bad  cop   in  the  croud   to  make  sure  he  does  not  make  it  to  court .

what  is  also very  remote is  that  all  the  people   that  " he  has  killed ",  to  be  people  he  murdered.
it  is  much  more  likly  they  were  killed  to  shut  them  up...  or  to  drive  him  to  ground .

he  did  kill them  as  surely  as  pulling  the  trigger  ,  but  that  he  did  it  ,  or  someone  did  it  for  him  is  unclear .
as  people  help  him  ,  contact  him  or  have  contact with him...   those  with  in LADP who  need  him  dead  will  remove his  support system ...  and  blaim  these  deaths  on  him ...  and  he  will  infact  cause  the  deaths of  any  one  that  helps  him...  even  if  he  does  not  do  it  directly .

frankly  speaking  ,  his  only  real  hope  is some  one  inside the  system  to  expose  the  people  he claims   are  corrupt  . LAPD  really  needs  to  not  wait  for  him  to  be  caught..  but  move  now  on  what  he  said .

they  have a fox to  expose  the  hounds...   they  have  bait  for  a trap ...  they  only  need  to  look  ,  to  find  thosse  who  are  hot  to  track  his  guy  down  and
they  will  uncover  the  corruption .


that  said ,  the  higher  the  corruption  goes...  the more  likly  they  will  not  move  on  any  investigation of  corruption .
to  be  blunt,  this  guy  is  already  dead ,  the  only  question  at  this  point  is  how  meny  people  are  going  to also  die ....   both  the  bad  guys  and  the  good  guys ...

i  suggest  that  a blanket  pardon   be  given  to  anyone   with  in  the  LAPD  if  they  contact  or  are  contacted  by  him   for  the purpose  of   coruption  investigation   ...

and  a  blanket  no  fire unless  fired  upon is  given  in  reguard  to  him...

that  will not  change  the  danger  he  is  in...  but   it  would  solve  a  number  of  problems...
and  if  he  is  going  to  give  his  life...   lets  make  it  count  for  something ...

as  aposed  to  some  nut case  killing  kids  at  a gramar school

just curious....

Why are there 2 spaces between each word in all of your posts?

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Posted 09 February 2013 - 05:52 AM

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And seeing police salaries

68k + overtime isnt a bad pay scale. Especially when that overtime is almost a guarantee. And thats the low level patrol officer. Lets not feel sorry for the poor cops that have had jobs during this entire recession and have helped transform the judicial system into a budding industry of the incarcerated and the ones getting paid to watch them..the guards. They play a Ponzi scheme with the publics lives and shouldnt be rewarded for it when they do the wrong thing..

ie shoot a carload of innocent old ladies.


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Posted 09 February 2013 - 08:09 AM

View PostClyde the Glyde, on 08 February 2013 - 05:32 PM, said:

Good point.  This is just ONE guy causing all of this mayhem.   I remember back in the 1990's, the North Hollywood Shootout had just two guys with weapons. They were basically able to close down half of the city until they were taken down.  Imagine what a small ( or even large ) group of individuals would be able to accomplish.
In the future I think we'll see a lot more of this sort of thing. I think even the media are beginning to understand their role in all of this and may be having second thoughts about how publicity to give these characters. They're selling death, after all, for a profit.

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Posted 09 February 2013 - 08:14 AM

I don't know if you've met many reporters; in my experience they are about the most arrogant ignorant SOBs in existence.  Worse even than trial lawyers.


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Posted 09 February 2013 - 05:46 PM

View Postgreen_dude777, on 08 February 2013 - 08:07 PM, said:

Maybe you should look up the definition of psychopath, instead of me 'getting real'.

http://en.wikipedia....ki/Psychopath   His claim that he didn't want to do this, but feels it's a necessary evil reaffirms the point that he isn't a psychopath.  But by all means great pallidin, judge away.

Sorry if I didn't get the "psychiatrically correct definition of a psychopath" from the DSM-IV or upcoming DSM-V manual.  :whistle:

Does it really matter? Many common people use the term psychopath to simply denote someone who is acting in a cleary maniac way that disrupts the normality of individuals or society in some harmful way.

Most people who feel they have unjustly lost their job don't go around killing people they deem responsible, especially innocent family members.

That's just psycho.


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Posted 09 February 2013 - 05:55 PM

View Postacidhead, on 09 February 2013 - 05:25 AM, said:

just curious....

Why are there 2 spaces between each word in all of your posts?
not just that, every other space is a double space. looks like college habit, lol, I used to do it too, turns 2 page paper into 5 page paper, back in my time most teachers would not care.

Edited by aztek, 09 February 2013 - 05:58 PM.

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Posted 09 February 2013 - 06:06 PM

Just some current info.....

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Highway 38, a primary route in and out of Big Bear, where a massive search for a fugitive ex-cop is underway, was reopened Saturday after being closed because of heavy snow, the California Highway Patrol said.
The road was closed at 3:14 p.m. Friday and reopened about 6 a.m. Saturday. The closure further complicated the days-long hunt for Christopher Jordan Dorner, the 33-year-old former Los Angeles police officer suspected of killing three people.
Law enforcement has been following tracks left in the snow and going door-to-door in search of Dorner  amid a storm that dumped at least eight inches of snow on the mountain Friday.
http://latimesblogs....o-big-bear.html


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Posted 09 February 2013 - 07:04 PM

Me and Pallidin dont often see eye eye directly but in this case regardless of his motives he is acting psychotic in a very Ramboesque way.


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Posted 09 February 2013 - 07:49 PM

View PostAsteroidX, on 09 February 2013 - 07:04 PM, said:

Ramboesque.


Do you know that sounds very sexy?

In an ideal World a law would be passed were NO guns were allowed and all those out there destroyed, trouble is the law makers are not going to take a risk of trying to pass that without making sure they are armed first.

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Posted 09 February 2013 - 09:26 PM

View Postfreetoroam, on 09 February 2013 - 07:49 PM, said:

Do you know that sounds very sexy?

I want to meet "her"...   :passifier:





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